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News   News : BREAKING SKY NEWS ALERT BREAKING SKY NEWS ALERT
   posted by Anonymous on 1-Feb-2003 15:59:22 (2150 reads)
The Space Shuttle Columbia, has broken up on re-entry to the Earth's atmosphere. A Nasa spokesman said: "Today a lot of astronauts died." The Columbia had a crew of seven.There has been no official confirmation of the disaster. Nasa lost touch with the Shuttle above Texas.

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Re: SKY NEWS ALERT SKY NEWS ALERT
Posted on 1-Feb-2003 16:02:46
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watching it at the moment, great loss for the friends & families of the crew.

Sad..sad day


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BBC News 24 said that most of them had Children


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I feel sorry for the kids...they`ll have to watch this on tv.


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It is indeed a very sadenning event and a great loss to the families of the Astronaut's involved.

I don't think anyone would argue that these Astronauts that risk their lives to move the human race foward are all heroes. Sometimes it takes a sad event like this to remind us all of that.

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